Women's clubs? Men's clubs? How about LGBTQ clubs?
Also, what to do about multi-axis clubs? For example, Korean Women's Club?
- KTyler 21:49, 10 June 2012 (BST)
Student (academic) organisations
There are many types of student organisatsions around the world. What about tagging them club=student and specifying club:student=* - eg. fraternity (male), sorority (female), society (mixed)? In german there is some work done with verbindung=*, which could be covered with fraternity:type=verbindung and the rest with fraternity:*=*, sorority:*=* or society:*=* specifying *:type=* - eg. alumni (graduate clubs), corporation (male or female), nation (county-based mixed student organisations in Sweden and Finland), keeping general tagging in english and official name in name=* tag (eg. Arminia Wunderbar, Korporatsioon Vahva, Fabelaktig Nation, Satumainen Osakunda). -- Joosep-Georg 23:44, 7 August 2012 (BST)
leisure=club = Bad Idea
Private or men's club?
How would you tag a private club? It's more of a venue where members go and eat or drink or attend events rather than a group of people who meet at a certain location, I'd think --Marion Barry (talk) 18:17, 5 January 2017 (UTC)